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PCA Plus is a business letter prepared exclusively for woodblurexecutives and administrators of private clubs, which focuses on day-to-day club operations.

As a group, club managers generally don’t have a lot of spare time, so PCA Plus boils down the most important operational issues and the best ideas in an easy-to-read four-page format. We keep you abreast of trends and developments so you can focus on the daily business of managing your club. In addition, every issue of PCA Plus brings you a collection of successful ideas, from budget-wise golf course maintenance tips to truly innovative special event concepts, already polished and proven by your colleagues in the club industry.

Our commitment to providing the club industry with a high quality operational resource is backed by almost 50 years of experience in club industry communications. Since 1990, thousands of managers have trusted our parent publication – The Private Club Advisor – to help them educate and communicate with their officers, directors and owners about club policy and industry trends. Now PCA Plus tackles the toughest day-to-day operational matters in a format designed exclusively for club administrators.

Examples of What You’ll Find in PCA Plus

  • Energy Management Savings Programs

Clubs are slicing thousands of dollars off their energy bills, in some cases with financial support from their utility companies. Plus tells you how and identifies helpful resources.

  • Establishing Club Asset Inventories

Improve your credibility with the board or owners and simplify capital expenditure approvals.

  • Employee Screening

Experts discuss the recent $1 million club embezzlement case in Florida and suggest ways to insure your club against dishonest employees.

  • Innovative Staff Training Tips

Plus is where you’ll find the very best ideas and “tricks of the trade” from your club industry colleagues. This one is guaranteed to cause a stir at your next staff meeting.

  • Operational Technology

The host of this year’s U.S. Senior Open is using bar code  technology  to track man hours on the golf course. What he’s learned helps him budget and make informed decisions about the real cost of future course renovations.

A business letter Exclusively for Executive and Administrators of Private Clubs